WEBER RESCUE goes on an experience tour


The innovative rescue equipment manufacturer WEBER RESCUE SYSTEMS starts into an eventful autumn. After an extremely successful participation at Interschutz 2022, the SMART-FORCE battery-powered devices and many other product innovations are going on the road: as part of the Experience Tour, the products can be tried out at partner companies throughout Germany. A special highlight in the event calendar are the rescueDAYS, the popular training events for technical assistance. These will be held this year still in Paderborn, but also in Poland, Slovenia, Italy and Japan. And, of course, the rescue equipment manufacturer will once again be represented at the Florian trade fair in Dresden.

WEBER RESCUE SYSTEMS offers rescue technology to touch as part of the Experience Tour. This time, a particularly large number of product innovations are included. “From the SMART-FORCE devices to our new digital tools, interested firefighters can try out the rescue equipment at our trade partners. Through this direct exchange, we can optimally adapt our products to the requirements of the emergency services,” says Philipp Barfuß, Sales Manager for WEBER RESCUE Germany since May of this year. 

rescueDAYS: Intensive training for technical operations 

For more than 20 years, WEBER RESCUE SYSTEMS has also been passing on this practical knowledge to emergency forces worldwide in seminars. At the rescueDAYS firefighters can -At the rescueDAYS, firefighters can train with internationally recognized experts in the optimal handling of technical rescue equipment, so that in an emergency every move is made immediately – even under stress and time pressure. “The rescueDAYS are a unique experience for all participants. In addition to the concentrated knowledge and skills that our experts impart, it is above all the exchange among each other that makes for success,” says Barfuß enthusiastically. 

rescueDAYS Paderborn 

This year’s rescueDAYS in Paderborn offers an event location in an optimal traffic situation. From October 6 to 9, technology and tactics for technical assistance will be trained at the ADAC training grounds in Paderborn. More than 700 participants will be there again this year, making rescueDAYS in Germany the world’s largest training event for technical rescue. 

HEAVY rescueDAYS and Texport Action Days in Slovenia 

For three days in September, everything will revolve around technical rescue at the HEAVY rescueDAYS in Maribor, Slovenia. The largest training event outside Germany will be framed, among other things, by the Texport Action Days. Here, emergency forces train in the fire container the use of personal protective equipment and the handling of contaminated emergency clothing. 

HRS Rookie and HRS Ladies

An innovation at HEAVY rescueDAYS Slovenia are the stations for young firefighters and women firefighters. “We attach great importance to training young firefighter candidates in intervention in traffic accidents. This way, younger and inexperienced firefighters can also participate, and the program will be tailored specifically to their level of knowledge,” explains Milan Kroflic, Area Sales Manager and organiser. “The fact that female firefighters are often less considered in training than their male counterparts motivated us to establish a dedicated HRS Ladies Station” comments Blanka Kroflic, instructor at WEBER RESCUE SYSTEMS and part of the HEAVY rescueDAYS event team. The desire for high-quality training with modern rescue equipment can also be increasingly fulfilled throughout Europe and worldwide. The rescueDAYS could be held in 2022 – together with trade partners and local fire departments – in Dubai, Greece, Poland, Italy, Brazil, USA, Argentina and Japan. 

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